Has anyone mastered the all-nighter staying up late, whether working, insomnia,

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  1. pattyfloren profile image81
    pattyflorenposted 3 years ago

    Has anyone mastered the all-nighter staying up late, whether working, insomnia, or hustling

    I mean does anyone have a proven routine for staying up all nite and being productive, living a healthy lifestyle, and happy with your life you would like to share?

  2. RTalloni profile image89
    RTalloniposted 3 years ago

    Been there, done that, and it's taken its toll.  Restful sleep and health are inseparable--one without the other is an impossibility.  One can only do it for so long before a crash, and though it is definitely possible to rest up and do it again, that process chips away at health.

    1. pattyfloren profile image81
      pattyflorenposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Yes, that's true.  Yet people who work at night seem to do okay, even if sleep creeps in sooner or later.

  3. VerityPrice profile image93
    VerityPriceposted 3 years ago

    Well as a student I have pulled many an all-nighter when deadlines week is quickly approaching and there aren't enough hours in the day. But those are just one-offs, I couldn't live like that.

    I recently had my exams and my anxiety gives me insomnia to the point that I will go to bed at midnight tired and only start falling asleep around 7am. I am trying to fix it now but it is so difficult and I feel perpetually exhausted. I cannot wait til I can get a full night of restful sleep and get rid of these bags under my eyes.

    1. pattyfloren profile image81
      pattyflorenposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      I know where your coming from.  The feeling is a rush up until the end.  When finished that's some good sleep.

  4. tsmog profile image78
    tsmogposted 3 years ago

    My all-nighters tended more to be a Friday or Saturday night. Saturday best because I could sleep with liberty on Sunday. I can't say this is a sure cure or anything like that (Insert typical disclaimer here), but I used an old somewhat inexpensive on the fly 'hang over' cure (?). It is two breakfast jacks, two regular tacos, a small fry, and two milks.

    It is loaded with protein and amino acids. (Eggs, Cheese, milk, and the meat) - healing or repairing kinda' thing. And, you get a carbohydrate load too (Bread and taco shells) - energy. Sugars lead to early crash symptoms. I use that formula for lunch too shooting for maybe a 1/4-pounder or better with cheese and, again, milk. Yeah, I know, not healthy, (Lifestyle stuff?) but seemed to do the trick.

    1. pattyfloren profile image81
      pattyflorenposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      So your remedy was eating. That makes sense.  Thanks for your answer Tim Mitchell.

  5. Shyron E Shenko profile image75
    Shyron E Shenkoposted 3 years ago

    I like to play poker, so many nights I play poker and then don't go to sleep until the next night.

    It is no biggie. 


    1. pattyfloren profile image81
      pattyflorenposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      That is one groovy way.  Thanks for commenting Shyron E Shenko.


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